The third instalment of the Eddie Dickens saga with our hero heading off to North America with some disreputable companions!
Meet Eddie Dickens our half-naked hero, back for his third helping of mishaps and mayhem.
Lady Constance Bustle whose previous employers all died from not-so-natural causes.
Horatio Skrimshank captain of the Pompous Pig, with a love for himself . . . and the sea.
Even Madder Aunt Maud who's on a mission for shiny things, with Malcolm the stuffed stoat at her side.
Plus many more . . .
This is the third and final book in Philip Ardagh's hilarious bestselling Eddie Dickens Trilogy.
Over two metres tall, with a bushy beard, Philip Ardagh is not only very hairy but has also written over sixty books for all ages. He is extremely versatile with many talents. Not only is he very knowledgeable about serious subjects but he also writes very funny books that make lots of people laugh. His best-selling Eddie Dickens trilogy started with Awful End, continued with Dreadful Acts and is soon to be topped off by Terrible Times. Unlikely Exploits is another series, the first one of which is called The Fall of Fergal with Heir of Mystery following that. He also writes expertly compiled and researched non-fiction, The Archaeologist's Handbook, Why Are Castles Castle-Shaped?, Did Dinosaurs Snore? and The Hieroglyphs Handbook.